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Anne Arundel County

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  • Councilman plans override effort on South County vetoes

    Anne Arundel County Councilman Jerry Walker plans to attempt to override several vetoes issued by County Executive John R. Leopold on a rezoning bill for the southern portion of the county. Leopold vetoed 16 amendments Tuesday to the rezoning bill that...
  • Road, bridge, transit closures due to flooding and downed trees

    As Hurricane Irene brought increasingly heavy rains to the Baltimore region, accumulating water prompted road closures and detours. The National Weather Service office in Sterling, Va., had extended a flash-flood warning for southeastern Howard County,...
  • Most Baltimore area school systems closed Tuesday

    Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Harford County schools will be closed Tuesday as those systems postponed the start of the school year for a second day in a row because of power outages caused by Hurricane Irene. Anne Arundel, which opened schools...
  • Traffic: Debris in the road on I-95 south near Mountain Road

    As of 9:30 a.m. Monday, traffic was slow on southbound I-95 near Mountain Road, due to debris in the road. Route 175 near I-95 in Aberdeen is slow due to an accident. An accident is causing traffic problems at Route 24 and Bel Air South Parkway. Signals...
  • Patricia D. Shearer, medical administrator, dies

    Patricia D. Shearer, a retired medical administrator and a pilot who flew for the Maryland Civil Air Patrol, died Aug. 23 of colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 76. Patricia D. McVay was born in Baltimore and raised on Camp Meade...
  • Annapolis man is crab-picking king at Md. Seafood Festival

    Annapolis man is crab-picking king at Md. Seafood Festival
    As the shadows lengthen in Sandy Point State Park next Sunday afternoon, and another Maryland Seafood Festival winds down, six people will take the stage before a cheering crowd and press against a table piled high with steamed crabs. The judge will give...
  • Marylanders grow irritated at continuing power outages from Irene

    Marylanders grow irritated at continuing power outages from Irene
    More than 285,825 Maryland households and businesses remained without power Tuesday morning in the wake of Hurricane Irene, prompting residents and Baltimore's mayor to question the pace of restoration efforts and the governor and utility executives to...
  • After Irene, parents cope with no power and no school

    After Irene, parents cope with no power and no school
    Practically the second that the Towson Town Center opened at 10 a.m. Monday, Theresa Hall burst through the doors with her two children and 4-year-old nephew, in search of hot food and toilets that flushed. Entering her third day after losing power in...
  • Traffic: Two-vehicle accident I-95 before Fort McHenry Tunnel

    As of 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, traffic was slow on southbound I-95 before the Fort McHenry Tunnel Toll Plaza, due to an accident involving two vehicles. Eastbound U.S. 50 at Oceanic Drive was congested due to a collision involving two vehicles. Route 32 at...
  • Arundel councilman pleads guilty to federal tax charge

    An Anne Arundel County councilman pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to a charge that he failed to file several personal and business tax returns over the course of six years. Councilman Daryl D. Jones, a Democrat from Severn who is serving his...
  • Baltimore-area school systems to open Wednesday

    Though all Baltimore region school systems will be open Wednesday, dozens of schools will remain closed because of power outages. Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Harford County schools will open Wednesday after delaying the first day because of...